Homes for Sale in Monroeville, Indiana

Monroeville is a peaceful community in Allen County. Residents of Monroeville are known for their friendly and welcoming attitudes, their hard work, and their civic engagement. The town acts as a community center for many of the surrounding rural areas. Residents welcome visitors in for a meal or an ice cream cone, and the offer is certainly genuine. Monroeville is an important stop for many bicycle tourists who travel on the Adventure Cycling Association's routes through Indiana and other states. The town often hosts bicycle events to support these visitors.

Monroeville is located just southeast of Fort Wayne, which is only about ten minutes west of town. Interstate 69 passes through Fort Wayne, making it easy for residents to explore a wide area of Indiana. The town is surrounded by many other similar-sized small towns. The Ohio border is also close by, only a few short miles to the east. From their location, Monroeville residents can get to many business and leisure destinations including numerous state parks.

If you're thinking of settling down in a small town that embodies warm American values, consider making the move to Monroeville. With a commitment to community, Monroeville residents showcase the very best of Indiana. If you'd like to learn more about this friendly place, just talk to a Tucker realtor. Our realtors are highly knowledgeable, and they'll be happy to help you find the right home for you and your family. Once they give you the inside scoop on homes for sale in Monroeville, you'll have no trouble finding the perfect property.

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Homes in the Monroeville Area

Monroeville was platted way in 1851, and since those days it's seen plenty of comings and goings. The town has many examples of fine architecture from the past with a number of beautiful brick-lined facades gracing the downtown area. However, in recent years plenty of newer constructions have gone up, exemplifying recent trends in design. If you have a specific preference, be sure to mention it to a Tucker realtor. Our realtors are very familiar with the area, and they'll be able to find you a house that fits your needs.

Shopping and Dining

Monroeville supports a surprising number of stores for its size. Residents can often pick up daily necessities without leaving town. However, for more variety many head to some of the surrounding towns such as Fort Wayne. In Fort Wayne, Monroeville residents find a wide range of options, ranging from national retail chains to locally owned craft stores that showcase the work of local artisans. No matter what they need, Monroeville residents leave Fort Wayne feeling happy.

Monroeville has several restaurants to call its own, great places to relax and chow down with friends after a hard day's work. However, when it comes to a variety of choices, Fort Wayne just can't be beat. The city is a cultural and economic hub for much of northern Indiana, and as a result of this status, the options are endless. You can find everything from homegrown American dinners to the best in world cuisine in town. Some of the most popular places include authentic south-of-the-border establishments, great Asian food, and tasty desserts. And with amazing service and reasonable prices, there's no reason not to come back for more.

Culture and Entertainment

When Monroeville residents have some time off, many choose to explore the great outdoors. At Chain O'Lakes State Park, residents here are able to explore nine lakes with swimming and boating options galore. The fishing is spectacular along with the views. Lush woods surround the lakes with a number of amazing animals in the area. During the fall season, the forest lights in brilliant hues of oranges and reds. It's a great way to get away from it all, even for a day.

Many of Monroeville residents enjoy hopping over the border and exploring Ohio, which is known for its beautiful rolling green hills, its friendly residents, and its wonderful cities. Columbus is well within driving distance for a weekend or day trip, and with a number of different attractions ranging from museums to sporting events, the city draws in visitors from all over the Midwest. It's a great stop for shopping, dining, art, and culture. And Monroeville is just about the same distance away from Indianapolis where a similar variety brings in enthusiasts of all kinds. With the best of city and state parks available, Monroeville residents have the world at their fingertips.

Careers and Industry

Like most of northern Indiana, Monroeville is surrounded by green pastures. Farming is the major industry here, and most of the town's residents earn a living helping the agriculture effort in some capacity. Jobs range from labor to management to mechanical work with plenty of employment in local fields as well as the grain elevator. If these aren't your areas of expertise, the proximity of Fort Wayne means a wide variety of great jobs is just a short drive away.


Monroeville Elementary is located right in town, allowing residents to pick up the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic with their neighborhood friends. These students then move up to Heritage Junior/Senior High just west of town where they pick up more advanced skills in areas ranging from arts to athletics. By the time they graduate, they are more than ready for life in careers and colleges throughout the nation.